Risk Management and Insurance

Major(s)

Risk Management and Insurance (Comprehensive)

Bachelor of Science
  1. General Education Program and Requirements
  2. College of Business Admission and Program Requirements
  3. Major Requirements (31-32 hours)
    1. FIN 266(3), 384(3), 485(3); INS 211(3), 312(3), 313(3), 415(3); LAW 335(2) or 532(3); FIN 390(3) or QBA 337(3)
    2. Complete five additional hours from the following: ACC 321(3); BUS 550/LAW 550(3); FIN 367(3), 381(3), FIN 538/INS 538(3); INS 314(3), 397(1-6)*

      * Students may not apply more than two hours of INS 397 toward the five hour requirement.
  4. General Baccalaureate Degree Requirements

Minor(s)

Risk Management and Insurance

Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Science
  1. BUS 135(3); INS 211(3), 312(3), 313(3)
  2. Complete six additional hours from the following: BUS 550/LAW 550(3); FIN 266(3), 381(3), 485(3), FIN 538/INS 538(3); INS 314(3), 397(1-6), 415(3); MKT 350(3); MTH 541(3), MTH 543(3), MTH 546(3), MTH 547(3), MTH 548(3)

Students wishing to pursue the Actuary Science program, which consists of a major in mathematics and a minor in Risk Management and Insurance, should contact the Department of Mathematics to declare their major and The Business Advisement Center to declare their minor.

Accelerated graduate program in Business Administration

Eligible Missouri State undergraduate students may apply for admission to the Master of Business Administration program and begin taking graduate course work as they complete the work for a bachelor’s degree. A maximum of six hours of graduate credit may be counted toward both the undergraduate and graduate degree (Mixed Credit). Refer to the Graduate Catalog for specific admission requirements.

Refer to Undergraduate Students Taking Graduate Classes for additional information and procedures for obtaining permission for Mixed Credit.

Accelerated graduate program in Cybersecurity

Eligible Missouri State undergraduate students in the College of Business may apply for admission to the Cybersecurity program and begin taking graduate course work as they complete the work for a bachelor’s degree. A maximum of six hours of graduate credit may be counted toward both the undergraduate and graduate degree (Mixed Credit). Refer to the Graduate Catalog for specific admission requirements.

Refer to Undergraduate Students Taking Graduate Classes for additional information and procedures for obtaining permission for Mixed Credit.